Photo of The Day!

We took a walk to let in the morning breeze into our faces. Sure, the crispy weather will do the imaginable, it will serenade little Peter-Michael to sleep. That’s the quickest way to put my godson to sleep. ๐Ÿ™‚


*Sleeping mode activated*






*A Danish Church and The Danish Flag*



*Out Path*


Photo of the Day – Taken 11. AM. this Saturday Morning, Aarhus, Denmark.ย 

Now, at least, I can relax a bit until he wakes up to continue with today’s drama. Act 2, Scene 2. Haha!

Isn’t it just blissful to watch these toddlers redesign the face of their rooms and the whole place? Sure, they know how to turn things upside down and cause a riot in the house.

And what about the tantrums they play? The struggle to change diapers. Sometimes, even to feed them. The screams, the throwing of toys et al. Dear Lawd! They sure know how to cause chaos and anxiety with their funny, stubborn acts often times. ย Phew!

Still, a long way to go today but I’m all amused and happy to help a Dear friend babysit.

Life is about doing our own little bits to help others during their time ofย need. Life is about extending a hand of love to others around us. It’s about showing a little love and care and letting those who love us know that we appreciate them in our lives.

What is life really without those who make our world sweeter and happier.

I hope your weekend is a delight for you.

Peace and Love!

Copyright ยฉ 2016 by Simpledimple. ย All rights reserved.

17 thoughts on “Photo of The Day!

      1. Lol. Thank you. I thought it was going to lead to the story of how babies are left outside to sleep in their buggies – A typical danish tradition that is still practiced today. ๐Ÿ™‚ But, that Danish church thing though, always built in lonely places and almost without any sign of life… Lol.


      2. Haha could have! I was left alone with strangers in the garden of Sรธllerรธd kirke the day i was christened – while my parents partied ๐Ÿ˜‚ – no it was more the atmospheres of the pics!!

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      3. Haha! They had no fears of your safety, it’s DK. I still find that culture fascinating. And those other traditions that are typically Danish… I knew that comment came from someone with a ‘Danish history’ and that piqued my interest. It’s nice to meet you Julz. ๐Ÿ™‚


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